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NATIONAL LEAGUE OF AMERICAN PEN WOMEN
Headquarters:  Willard Hotel,

AUTHORS' BREAKFAST
Saturday, April 23
Large Ballroom, Willard Hotel

12 Noon-3:00 P. M.
Phyllis Fergus (Mrs. Thatcher Hoyt), National President, Presiding

Speakers' Table

*Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt - Guest of Honor.
*Carrie Jacobs Bond - "Beloved Composer of Songs the People Sing."
*Margaret Culkin Banning - Distinguished Writer.

Dr. Preston Bradley, Founder and Leader, "The People's Church," Chicago.
Rev. Henry J. Smith, Pastor, Petworth Baptist Church.
*Mary Electa Fergus, Mother of the National President.
Carleton Smith, Music Commentator, Esquire Magazine and the Salzburg Festival.
Aline Kilmer (Mrs. Joyce Kilmer), Poet.
Dr. James Francis Cooke, President, Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia.
Senator Hattie Caraway, Arkansas.
Mrs. Walter Bruce Howe.
Violet Oakley, Muralist.
The Spanish Ambassador and SeƱora de los Rios.
The Chilean Ambassador.
Mrs. Karl Fenning, President, Twentieth Century Club.
John Ross Reed, Producer of "Wings of a Century" (Century of Progress), Chicago.
Mrs. John Ross Reed.
*Roberta Campbell Lawson, President, General Federation of Women's Clubs.
Glenn Dillard Gunn, Eminent Critic. Conductor, Pianist.  Formerly with Chicago Tribune and Chicago Examiner, now with Times-Herald, Washington.
*Audrey Wurdemann (Mrs. Joseph Alexander), Poet, Pulitzer Prize, 1935.

* N.L.A.P.W. Member.
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